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Using Cues

You may find it helpful when editing files in Edit view to use cues as signposts in your file. Audition allows you to choose and define cues in any way that you find helpful. You can mark an exact point in the file as a cue; this is called a point cue. You can also specify a range with specific start and end points as a cue; this is called a range cue.

Your cues are marked with triangular pointers at the top and bottom of the Display window (Figure 5.15). In the figure, Cue 1 is a point cue, and Cue 2 is a range cue. A point cue has a red pointer, and a range cue has a red pointer at the start point and a blue one at the end point. You can change a point cue to a range cue, or vice versa, by right-clicking a cue pointer and selecting Make Range or Make Point.


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